The Son (of Ghostface Killah) Continues To Shine: Sun God Premieres “Colorful Noise”

“I’ve had my trials and tribulations throughout my journey,” reflects SUN GOD to HipHopDX, who are premiering his newest song  “Colorful Noise.” “I ain’t really know how life was going to turn out but I’m here now. When the people need me, I’ll be there to deliver and play my part.”  Following 2019’s “Slick S**t“, the latest track from the son of iconic rapper Ghostface Killah and collaborator of 2nd Generation WU continues to showcases his versatility as a rapper, teasing what’s to come as he prepares to release his new solo album later this year. Watch here

In contrast to the frantic and raw “Slick S**t,” “Colorful Noise” embraces a laid back pace, implementing a slower tempo and an ethereal flute melody that would fit perfectly in any nostalgic hip hop Song of The Summer. This helps give Sun God room to rap over the kaleidoscopic beat about his upbringing and accomplishments, all while managing to warn potential enemies, “You don’t wanna come around my way / no no no, no no no, you don’t wanna do that” during the catchy rally cry of a chorus sun by his cousin Sunsetv12, who also produced the song.

“Some knowledge I got from my pops is, ‘Don’t be afraid of trying something new, being unorthodox, while also building your own brand and carving your own niche’,” says Sun God. “I’m really just trying to pick up where I left off, giving the people good music they can nod their head to while continuing to make a name for myself.”

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